6 edition of The After-school Lives of Children found in the catalog.
March 1, 1999
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||197|
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The After-school Lives of Children: Alone and With Others While Parents Work by Deborah Belle (Author)Cited by: Based on research about after-school experiences and dilemmas conducted over a four-year period with employed parents and their children, this book draws on the stories these parents and children told--often using their actual words--to emphasize the wide variety of children's after-school arrangements, children's movement over time in and out of different arrangements, and the Cited by: The book also emphasizes that children are not randomly assigned to after-school arrangements.
Rather, parents and children struggle to reach optimal solutions to what are often difficult child care dilemmas. Julie Samuels attended an after-school program every day of the week when we first interviewed her at age 8, and her mother, Stephanie, felt positive about.
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Deborah Belle, author of The After-School Lives of Children: Alone and with Others While Parents Work suggests that being left home alone may be a better alternative to staying with baby-sitters or older siblings. Legal issues. The legality of the latchkey children's "alone time".
Books shelved as folklore-children: The Age of Fable by Thomas Bulfinch, The Myths and Legends of the Middle East by Joanne Randolph, I, Doko: The Tale o. Comical poems explore those anxiously awaited after school hours from homework pangs to after-school activities to video games.
Diversity of race is represented in the cheerful gouache illustrations of children (and some fluffy friends) that bring words to life for each of the 22 poems. Abundant examples of rhyming text sing across the pages/5.
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Before the age of 10, children understand the role of conflicting friendships, and they can mend fences after an argument. Children now have a more stable basis.between low-income children and with their more affluent peers. This is profoundly significant because, over a number of years, time lost during the summers adds up to a serious achievement gap between children with means (and books) and children without.
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